Student Positions

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Regular College and Work-study Student Jobs

Student employees are vital to the success of Carroll College, and employment can be a very important part of a student's experience at Carroll.  Working while attending college can help to defer the cost of education, assist you in learning valuable time management skills, and give you transferable experience when you enter the job market.

Most student employment positions are located on-campus, and when it comes to convenience, on-campus jobs can't be beat!  Our Work-Study program does offer some opportunities as well that are available in our local community-based, non-profit, and/or governmental community service organizations.  Work experience helps students develop a variety of skills, including communication and interpersonal skills. These skills, along with the skills gained through academic course work and extra-curricular activities will prove to be very useful in preparing students for future careers.

To be eligible to for these positions, a student must be admitted and registered at least half time (6 credit or more) and be in good academic standing during the current semester in which the student works. The only exception to this enrollment requirement is during the summer.

To apply for a position, reach out directly to the contact person in the posting to find out how they would like you to apply.  If they request an application, it can be found here: application for student employment.  

Student Employees are encouraged to read and become familiar with the Student Employment Handbook.  

See the list below for available regular college and work-study positions available at Carroll College.

Applicant must be a current Carroll College student enrolled in at least 6 credits to be eligible to apply.

Department:  Chemistry/Environmental Health and Safety

Duties and Responsibilities: Assist the chemical hygiene officer with laboratory safety checks, chemical inventory, and the database of safety data sheets.  Includes some data entry and special projects. 

Qualifications: 

  • Must be committed to working through the end of the spring semester, 2025.
  • Must be dependable and have the ability to work independently. 
  • Must have excellent attention to detail. 
  • Must have a solid understanding of chemistry, and preferably, good familiarity with chemical naming.

Employment Specifications:  Work-Study preferred, but not required.

Approximate Hours/Week:  3 – 5 hours per week; no work during Thanksgiving week, finals week or during any of the breaks

Special Time/Schedule Requirements:  Flexible - between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday, but most preferable times would be Tuesday and/or Thursday afternoons

Length of Employment:  Academic Year

Wage Rate:  $12.50/hour

Supervisor:  Dr. Kyle Strode, Chemical Hygiene Officer and Professor of Chemistry

Contact Information:  kstrode@carroll.edu, Fortin Center - Room 217

Applicant must be a current Carroll College student enrolled in at least 6 credits to be eligible to apply.

Department:  Grounds

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Must be hardworking and safety minded at all time. 
  • Must be responsible and able to follow verbal instructions. 
  • Must be able to do heavy lifting. 
  • To help maintain the grounds and sidewalks on campus by working alone and with others. 
  • Performs different tasks associated with the care of grass, trash cleanup, landscaping, sprinkler repair, tree and hedge trimming, flower care, game field preparation, and snow removal as well as any other duties assigned. 

Minimum Qualifications to Perform the Duties of the Position:

  • Must be a dedicated worker and responsible. 
  • Applicants should be experienced working with equipment as tractors, mowers, weed eaters, and etc.  (This requisite is preferred, though not required. We will train.)

Employment Specifications: Work-study preferred, but not required.

Approximate Hours/Week:  10 – 15 hours per week 

Special Time/Schedule Requirements:  Flexible - between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday 

Length of Employment:  Academic Year

Wage Rate:  $12.50/hour

Supervisor:  John Juntunen, Assistant Director of Facilities - Grounds -  jjuntunen@carroll.edu 

Applicant must be a current Carroll College student enrolled in at least 6 credits to be eligible to apply.

Department:  Facilities Services

Duties and Responsibilities: Assist Facilities Services personnel by helping to maintain the buildings by working with the facilities staff or alone, performing different tasks associated with the field of maintenance, such as carpentry, plumbing, painting, furniture moving and deliveries. 

Qualifications:  Must be responsible and dependable.  Must be able to work with minimum supervision.

Employment Specifications:  Work-Study preferred, but not required. 

Approximate Hours/Week:  10 – 15 hours per week 

Special Time/Schedule Requirements:  Flexible - between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday.

Length of Employment:  Academic Year

Wage Rate:  $12.50/hour

Applicant must be a current Carroll College student enrolled in at least 6 credits to be eligible to apply.

Department: Residential Life & Housing

Duties and Responsibilities: In this position, you will find yourself performing a high level of customer service and administrative support for Residential Life and Housing. This position will be responsible for answering telephone calls, working with walk-in customers, taking messages, returning calls, printing and encoding ID cards, answering emails, and a variety of other tasks. Training will be provided, but critical thinking skills, a willingness to learn, and a strong desire to help others will help you succeed in this position.

To Apply, Click Here:   Office Assistant Form

Qualifications:  Training will be provided, but critical thinking skills, a willingness to learn, and a strong desire to help others will help you succeed in this position.

Employment Specifications:  Work-Study Only.  Before applying, please contact Financial Aid if you are not positive you are eligible for work-study.

Approximate Hours/Week:  10 hours per week

Special Time/Schedule Requirements:  Flexible

Length of Employment:  Academic Year 

Wage Rate:  $12.00/hr

Contact Information:  Syd Mammano - smammano@carroll.edu 

Internships or Off-Campus Part-Time & Seasonal Jobs

Students of Carroll College interested in searching for Internships or Off-Campus Part-Time or Seasonal Jobs, please log-in to Handshake at carroll.joinhandshake.com.